Overview of Complex Systems | New England Complex Systems Institute Complex systems science is a new field of science studying how parts of a system give rise to its collective behaviors, as well as how the system interacts with its environment. Social systems formed by people, the brain formed by neurons, molecules formed by atoms, the weather formed by air flows— these are all examples of complex systems. By using mathematics to focus on pattern formation, and the question of parts, wholes and relationships, the field of complex systems cuts across all the disciplines of science, as well as engineering, management, and medicine.

Overview of Complex Systems | New England Complex Systems Institute Complex systems science is a new field of science studying how parts of a system give rise to its collective behaviors, as well as how the system interacts with its environment. Social systems formed by people, the brain formed by neurons, molecules formed by atoms, the weather formed by air flows— these are all examples of complex systems. By using mathematics to focus on pattern formation, and the question of parts, wholes and relationships, the field of complex systems cuts across all the disciplines of science, as well as engineering, management, and medicine.

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